I'm excited for fans/commentators to denounce the B1G strength of schedule in 2016 and the claims that we (as a conference) fear playing the SEC in the regular season. As we know, it's not usually the teams from the mid-west doing the canceling. Of course, we do get to suffer the perception of weak scheduling when we are forced to host Florida A&M to fill out a schedule.
Great video! I noticed there was a surprising lack of Braxton throughout, though he's featured in a number of segments.
I dig that and I hope he would too. He's obviously the face of the team, but this video gets me going because it highlights the fact that we have a great team--not just an incredible QB. Go Bucks and Beat Michigan.
I may be crazy, but after seeing the few reps last season, I feel pretty confident Jones will step up if necessary. I'm hoping it's only in mop-up duty, but he seems to have the ability to drive the team if he's called on.
Fella on the left of the poster reminds me of this great moment in sports.
Nevertheless, classy stuff.
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Looks like you get to add another na_e to this shirt:
I guess that's why UM called him a "man's man."
While it brings me great joy to see MeatChicken falter, bad football is bad. It's more fun to watch a decent team get beaten by a better team than bad team lose to a bad team.
As a Buckeye living in AR, I resemble this remark.
I'm tired of being mad at Mark May. He's a buffoon with an obvious bias. He's the East German Olympic judge of ESPN.
I usually find Holtz obnoxious but today he made halftime enjoyable. Thanks, Lou.
I'm happy that you and I think that way, but the voters disagree. Big wins (across the conference) will garner respect for the B1G and keep things like tOSU's descent from 2 to 4 after wins from happening. I think it's better for us if we get to play Alabama in the NC game. Can't you already hear Mark May saying "Sure. They won the BCS championship game, but it was against FSU. Alabama was clearly the best team in the country, despite their loss in the SEC Championship Game."
That being said, I'll take 26 straight wins over Mark May's respect any day.
If tOSU doesn't play an SEC team in the NC game, would it "count" for much of the country? I hate playing the role of the constantly-downtrodden, but I fear the only way to rehab the image of B1G is to beat the best SEC team in the big one.
After the last two weeks, I believe OSU can play with any team on both sides of the ball on any given day. My hope is that we get to prove ourselves against Alabama in the NC game.